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China's outrage shows the tricky balance for companies operating there and perceptions back home.China's outrage shows the tricky balance for companies operating there and perceptions back home.

China NBA: How one tweet derailed the NBA's China game plan - BBC News

President Donald Trump said the NBA has to "work out their own situation" with China while criticizing coaches Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich, saying they "were pandering to China."President Donald Trump said the NBA has to "work out their own situation" with China while criticizing coaches Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich, saying they "were pandering to China."

President Donald Trump critical of Steve Kerr, Gregg Popovich for response to China controversy

Opening world markets to China back in 2001 hasn't done much for the country's commitments to democracy, but recent events ...Opening world markets to China back in 2001 hasn't done much for the country's commitments to democracy, but recent events with Blizzard and the NBA have shown it's turning out wonderfully for Chinese censors who want to control the media and content produced in the United States and elsewhere.

Capitalism Didn't Bring Democracy to China, but It's Yoking the Rest of the World to Chinese Authoritarianism - ExtremeTech

Protesters handed out T-shirts and held up signs in support of Hong Kong during a basketball pre-season match between an American and a Chinese team in Washington on Wednesday night. The Washington Wizards were playing the Guangzhou Loong-Lions at the Capital One Arena, with separate groups of people protesting during the game. The demonstrators included two people […]

Video: Protests in support of Hong Kong at Washington Wizards basketball game against Chinese team | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Steve Kerr in a joking mood about NBA's 2-minute report; Draymond Green's 15th technicalSteve Kerr in a joking mood about NBA’s 2-minute report; Draymond Green’s 15th technical

Steve Kerr pokes fun at NBA's 2-minute report,

If the NBA really wanted to make a statement, it should have never issued a statement, much less two. No need to complicate things when two team owners had already genuflected to the irate citizens of China. Or when James Harden took it upon himself to apologize to an entire…

Freedom of speech has its consequences for NBA - Japan Today

Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of the Hong Kong protesters, China lashed out, NBA distanced itself and Morey issued a grovelling apology - Latest India News from Opindia.comHouston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of the Hong Kong protesters, China lashed out, NBA distanced itself and Morey issued a grovelling apology - Latest India News from Opindia.com

NBA fiasco: Threat to Liberal World Order by China and how India can gain

A Houston Rockets executive's tweet supporting the anti-government protesters in Hong Kong caused a seemingly irrational amount of rage in China, a key market for the National Basketball Assn. Rather than punish the executive, the league defended his right to speak out. Bravo.A Houston Rockets executive's tweet supporting the anti-government protesters in Hong Kong caused a seemingly irrational amount of rage in China, a key market for the National Basketball Assn. Rather than punish the executive, the league defended his right to speak out. Bravo.

Editorial: The NBA risks its future in China for the sake of an American value - Los Angeles Times

“#SouthPark300 #BannedInChina https://t.co/OdWLA2yzSS”

South Park on Twitter: "#SouthPark300 #BannedInChina… "

“Our “Google Uyghurs” sign has been confiscated. https://t.co/fX4tF4oOxR”

Jon Schweppe on Twitter: "Our “Google Uyghurs” sign has been confiscated.… "

“Just had our “Free Hong Kong” sign confiscated at Capitol One Arena at the Wizards game against the Guangzhou Long Lions. #FreeHongKong #NBA #Censorship https://t.co/on1O4QdBUi”

Jon Schweppe on Twitter: "Just had our “Free Hong Kong” sign confiscated at Capitol One Arena at the Wizards game against the Guangzhou Long Lions. #FreeHongKong #NBA #Censorship… https://t.co/tJBrKbzphl"

“Listen....@dmorey does NOT speak for the @HoustonRockets. Our presence in Tokyo is all about the promotion of the @NBA internationally and we are NOT a political organization. @espn https://t.co/yNyQFtwTTi”

Tilman Fertitta on Twitter: "Listen....@dmorey does NOT speak for the @HoustonRockets. Our presence in Tokyo is all about the promotion of the @NBA internationally and we are NOT a political organization. @espn… https://t.co/MJueROZEih"

Rather than condemning China for pressuring the NBA, the president used the opportunity to mock his domestic critics

Trump calls Warriors coach Steve Kerr a scared “little boy” for staying silent on China – Shanghaiist

Tensions are still ongoing in the aftermath of the Daryl Morey tweet scandal. Earlier this week, Rockets' GM Daryl Morey sent out

Video: Fans Escorted Out Of Sixers Game After Holding ‘Free Hong Kong’ Sign – Fadeaway World

The NBA's reaction to Daryl Morey's tweet in support of the Hong Kong protests shows US companies have failed to stand up for US values in China.The NBA's reaction to Daryl Morey's tweet in support of the Hong Kong protests shows US companies have failed to stand up for US values in China.

US companies like the NBA should stand up for American values in China - Business Insider

Comedy Central's long-running animated series South Park is no stranger to controversy, and it should come as no surprise that the show is making headlines once again. Protests regarding the control of China's government in Hong Kong have become a topic of global concern as of late, and any [...]Comedy Central's long-running animated series South Park is no stranger to controversy, and it [...]

South Park Hurls F-Bomb at Chinese Government in Response to Ban

South Park Hurls F-Bomb at Chinese Government in Response to Ban

Two fans get escorted out during the preseason game of the Philadelphia 76ers and the Guangzhou Lions for yelling and flashing 'Free Hong Kong' signs Two fans get escorted out during the preseason game of the Philadelphia 76ers and the Guangzhou Lions for yelling and flashing 'Free Hong Kong' signs

Hong Kong supporters removed from 76ers-Guangzhou game

BEIJING (REUTERS) - Sports network ESPN faced fresh criticism of its coverage of a row between the National Basketball Association (NBA) and China after using a map that appeared to endorse the country's claims to both Taiwan and disputed territories in the South China Sea.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -BEIJING (REUTERS) - Sports network ESPN faced fresh criticism of its coverage of a row between the National Basketball Association (NBA) and China after using a map that appeared to

ESPN criticised over China-NBA coverage for using 'nine-dash line' map, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

In remarks on Wednesday, Trump said that Warriors head coach Steve Kerr responded like a 'little boy' when asked whether the Chinese were wrong to pressure the NBA over Hong Kong.In remarks on Wednesday, Trump said that Warriors head coach Steve Kerr responded like a 'little boy' when asked whether the Chinese were wrong to pressure the NBA over Hong Kong.

Donald Trump rips Warriors and Spurs head coaches Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich | Daily Mail Online